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In Season 4 of Interpreting India, we continue our exploration of the dynamic forces that will shape India's global standing. At Carnegie India, our diverse lineup of experts will host critical discussions at the intersection of technology, the economy, and international security. Join us as we navigate the complexities of geopolitical shifts and rapid technological advancements. This season promises insightful conversations and fresh perspectives on the challenges and opportunities that lie ...
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On this podcast, you'll find interviews with high-performing successful individuals in Life Sciences. On a weekly basis, we cover their proven methods, principles, strategies, and mindsets to implement new technologies that scale to meet the needs of people in our world.
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Tiny Expeditions is all about taking little journeys into the tiny science of genetics, DNA and inheritance. This podcast doesn't shy away from science, but it's produced with you in mind. Everyone should be able to listen and walk away feeling smarter about the genetic code that defines the world around us.
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DrugPatentWatch serves leading companies ranging from biopharmaceutical R&D to healthcare delivery, and has been cited by CNN, NEJM, Nature Journals, and many other leading publications. Use cases for the DrugPatentWatch platform include: - Branded pharmaceutical global business intelligence and forecasting - Generic drug and API manufacturer portfolio management - Wholesalers preventing overstock of off-patent drugs - Healthcare payer formulary management and budget management
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Watch the best Europeans in biotech to grow. Hosted by Philip Hemme. 15k monthly views. Free. Guests include Antoine Papiernik @Sofinnova, Werner Lanthaler @Evotec, Ingmar Hoerr @CureVac, Bernat Olle @Vedanta, Johannes Fruehauf @BioLabs, Rodger Novak @CRISPR Tx, Agnete Fredriksen @Nykode, Mike Ward, Thomas Clozel @Owkin, Marc de Garidel @Abivax, and Sander van Deventer @VectorY & Forbion. Your host Philip animates the conversation to dig out exciting, and sometimes contrarian ideas.
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This Life Science focused podcast brings together Xtalks editorial staff to share insights into the latest B2B industry news. Xtalks connects professionals in the life science, medical device, and food industries with useful content like webinars, job opening, articles and virtual meetings.
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Whether food, drugs or ideas, what you consume influences who you become. Learn directly from the best scientists & thinkers alive today about how your mind-body reacts to what you feed it. The weekly M&M podcast features conversations with the most interesting scientists, thinkers, and technology entrepreneurs alive today. Not medical advice. At M&M, we are interested in trying to figure out how things work, not affirming our existing beliefs. We prefer consulting primary rather than second ...
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Welcome to Talking Techniques! In this Podcast BioTechniques Digital Editor Tristan Free, interviews researchers at the forefront of their fields about the latest breakthroughs, controversies and conversations in the life sciences. From CRISPR to COVID-19, organoids to the microbiome, this podcast will explore the latest developments in the lab and interesting applications of techniques, while trying to determine how we can drive science forward in progressive and inventive ways. Hosted on A ...
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The official Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) podcast explores advances in automation, cellular imaging, big data and what's coming in the spaces between traditional scientific disciplines. Guests often include members of SLAS along with innovators, leading experts and other members of the global scientific community to highlight technology and even career stories. Episodes are released every week and subscribe to New Matter - available on all podcast players.
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Life Sciences 360 is an interview show that educates anyone on challenges, trends, and insights in the life-sciences industry. Hosted by Harsh Thakkar, a life-sciences industry veteran and CEO and co-founder of Qualtivate, the show features subject-matter experts, business leaders, and key life-science partners contributing to bringing new therapies to patients worldwide. Harsh is passionate about advancements in life sciences and tech and is always eager to learn from his guests— making the ...
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Welcome to the Biotech Bytes podcast, where we sit down with Biotech and Pharma IT leaders to learn what's working in our industry. Steven Swan is the CEO of The Swan Group LLC. He has 20 years of experience working with companies and individuals to make long-term matches. Focusing on Information technology within the Biotech and Pharmaceutical industries has allowed The Swan Group to become a valued partner to many companies. Staying in constant contact with the marketplace and its trends a ...
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In the Biotech Career Coach podcast, we share valuable insights and advice for job seekers and career-minded individuals in the biotechnology and life sciences industry. From resume tips to leadership strategies, this podcast will help you navigate your job search and succeed in your career. This podcast is a production of The Collaboratory Career Hub To join our free Slack Community or access great free resources, visit www.collaboratorycareerhub.com
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Welcome to The Strange Attractor, an experimental podcast hosted by CoLabs Australia. We invite you to join us as we delve deep into the world of bio-based and bio-inspired design, exploring how transformative innovation and living systems thinking could help us catalyse the transition towards a more resilient and regenerative future for people and the planet.
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Biotech—it's complicated. A successful product launch requires grit, determination, and clear direction. But let’s be real, the path to launch isn’t a straight one. There are curves, hard turns, and dead ends. Here’s the good news, you don’t have to navigate the complexities alone. Welcome to The Emerging Biotech Leader, where we help biotech leaders maximize the value of their therapeutics from clinical development to product launch.
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Conversations with the worlds greatest innovators solving the worlds biggest problems. With a focus on synthetic biology, sustainable chemistry, materials, built environment and much more!
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Discover a whole new take on Artificial Intelligence with Squirro's educational podcast! Join host Lauren Hawker Zafer, a top voice in Artificial Intelligence on LinkedIn, for insightful chats that unravel the fascinating world of tech innovation, use case exploration and AI knowledge. Dive into candid discussions with accomplished industry experts and established academics. With each episode, you'll expand your grasp of cutting-edge technologies and their incredible impact on society, and y ...
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What happens when robots, AI, and big data enter the hospital? Glenn Cohen (a professor and deputy dean at Harvard Law School) is unpacking that question in this exploration of biotechnology, ethics, medical law, and health care policy. Each week, he’ll interrogate a single technology – such as digital pills, AI-powered decision support algorithms, or digital health apps – through the lens of ethical concerns like informed consent, liability, and privacy.
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Science Talk

Scientific American

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Science Talk is a podcast of longer-form audio experiments from Scientific American--from immersive sonic journeys into nature to deep dives into research with leading experts.
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In a global-minded, profit-driven industry, it is often hard to separate the hype from reality. There is consumer technology, and then there is technology that affects consumers. In this series, host Leina entertains the intersection of humanity and technology based on a realist worldview. Instagram @Leinacast
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Decoding Healthcare Innovation

Carrie Nixon and Rebecca Gwilt

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New episodes every other Wednesday. Co-hosted by Carrie Nixon, Esq. & Rebecca E. Gwilt, Esq. Key topics center around healthcare law, policy, innovation, startups & digital health. Carrie Nixon and Rebecca Gwilt are partners at Nixon Gwilt Law, a healthcare innovation law firm exclusively serving Providers, Digital Health Companies, and Life Science Businesses seeking to transform the way we receive and experience healthcare. Find out more at NixonGwiltLaw.com.
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A podcast to discover what the hack security means for biology. Our host interviews some of the world's mad scientists and rad hackers across deceivingly unrelated disciplines to uncover what the future holds and how we can design against crime.
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Curiosity

Immad Akhund and Rajat Suri

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Going deep on technical topics with some of the smartest people on the planet. Follow the Curiosity Podcast on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/curiositypod101/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@curiosity_podcast101?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@CuriosityPodcast Substack: https://curiositypodcast.substack.com/
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Plants, People, Science

American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS)

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Horticultural science is the only discipline that incorporates both the science and aesthetics of plants. It is the science and art of producing edible fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and ornamental plants, improving and commercializing them. Plants, People, Science, a podcast by the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS), will bring you the recent advancements in science, technology, innovation, development, and education for economically important horticultural crops and pla ...
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The Life Science Marketing Society brings your insights, advice, and wisdom from marketing experts within the life sciences and beyond. Expect to discover hard-won lessons, wisdom gained from experience, and viewpoints on the latest developments in marketing, taken from webinars presented by our members. All marketers are welcome to join, and if you'd like to contribute a presentation to the society, please feel free to drop us a line to apply at lifesciencemarketingsociety.org
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Fork the System Podcast

GMO/Toxin Free USA

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Welcome to Fork the System, the podcast of national nonprofit GMO/Toxin Free USA. Join us for deep conversations about the systemic problems that prevent us from having the world we all want to see, with a clean food system, healthy environment, fair markets, and good government. Our guests will include individuals who think outside the box and aren't afraid to rock the boat, who inspire change.
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The diverse applications of artificial intelligence are transforming industries at an unprecedented pace, but with great breakthroughs come complex challenges. Today I'm joined by Rajvir Madan, Chief Digital and Technology Officer at Arcutis Biotherapeutics, to break down the transformative impact AI is having in our field. Our discussion spans fro…
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In this episode, Dave Latshaw, Ph.D., MBA - Integration of AI in Life Sciences and Biotechnology Sectors - Lauren Hawker Zafer is joined by⁠ Dave Latshaw, Ph.D., MBA. Join host Lauren Hawker Zafer as she engages in a riveting discussion with Dave Latshaw, Ph.D., MBA a visionary leader renowned for his groundbreaking work at Johnson & Johnson and fo…
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Yvette learns about aspects of the biotechnology industry critical cell and gene therapy research from Pamela De Lacy, founder of Shenandoah Biotech Company. Pamela De Lacy founded the company in 2006 and positioned it for a lucrative sale to Fujifilm in March 2022 which allowed Pamela to create her non-profit initiatives.…
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In this episode of Life Science Success, my guest is Darwin Shurig, founder and CEO of Shurig Solutions. Darwin brings strategic value to medical device, life science, and pharma companies. Darwin is responsible for most, if not all, business processes, including project management, recruitment, sales, operations, quality, and regulatory affairs, t…
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In this episode, Dimple Doshi, MS, SAPM, shares her inspiring journey from a bench scientist to R&D Strategy and Operations, where she now blends science and business. As a first-generation immigrant, she navigated challenges and leveraged transferable skills to carve her unique career path. From the Northeastern Co-op program to her experience in …
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About the guest: Ryan Vandrey, PhD is a Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University, where his lab studies the behavioral pharmacology of cannabis (marijuana), nicotine/tobacco, and other substances. Episode summary: Nick and Dr. Vandrey discuss: marijuana; cannabinoids like THC; terpenes like limonene, myrcene, and pi…
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In the current era of space exploration, various countries and private space companies have targeted celestial bodies like the moon, Mars, and asteroids for exploration. To facilitate their long-term presence on these bodies, programs such as Artemis led by the United States, and the International Lunar Research Station led by China plan to study t…
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Yvette's conversation with Larry demonstrates the importance of tax planning to building your finances. Larry Poppert is a CPA and the founder of Poppert and Company, where he manages the consulting services related to accounting and tax. Aside from ensuring his clients are tax compliant, his goal is to help business owners understand the tax and a…
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Season Three - Spotlight Seven Our seventh spotlight of this season is a snippet from our upcoming episode:⁠ Lisa Thee - Illuminating the Shadows of Human Trafficking and Healing in Healthcare. Join host Lauren Hawker Zafer as she engages in a moving discussion with Lisa Thee. Together, they explore insights from Lisa's expertise, as she discusses …
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In this episode, Ayesha spoke with Margaret Froh, President of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO). Margaret is also a lawyer by training. The Métis are a distinct Indigenous people recognized in s.35 of Canada’s Constitution. Métis communities have their own shared customs, traditions and collective identities that are rooted in kinship, their speci…
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Are you interested in how the latest flow technology is transforming biopharmaceutical manufacturing? Join us for Episode 40 of the Life Sciences 360 podcast, where Harsh Thakkar (@harshvthakkar), CEO of Qualtivate sits down with Bethany Silva (@bethany-silva), Life Sciences Industry Manager at Endress+Hauser. They delve deep into the world of flow…
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Biotech companies are addressing climate change through innovation—from carbon neutral facilities to agricultural innovations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. BIO was on the ground at the COP28 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai to deliver the message that biotech is climate tech. Follow us on LinkedIn, X, Facebook and Instagram. Visit us at …
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About the guest: Matt Kaeberlein, PhD is a Professor of at the University of Washington and CEO of OptiSpan. His research focuses on the biology of aging and longevity. Episode summary: Nick and Dr. Kaeberlein discuss: the biology of aging; mTOR, FGF1, growth & metabolism; sirtuins, NAD & NMN; longevity drugs like metformin & rapamycin; facts & myt…
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In this episode of Life Science Success, host Don Davis has a conversation with Dr. Mohit Jain, a physician scientist with extensive experience in physiology, biomedicine, and mass spectrometry. Dr. Jain shares his unique journey from clinical training to leading breakthroughs in mass spectrometry and computational biology. He discusses the incepti…
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Algae is a high potential and high protein food. Learn how engineers and entrepreneurs like Peter Mponzi are using algae to cultivate the future of nutrition. Peter Mponzi is a chemical process engineer by training and current entrepreneur in algal production. He has eight plus years experience in the renewable fuel industry, and is currently focus…
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What does it take to cut it as the head of operations and sales at one of the UK’s most exciting independent breweries? Well, we asked Kat Türková to find out! Kat grew up in the Czech Republic and came to the UK in 2015 to study a BA in Comparative Literature at King’s College London. After graduating university and following a few jobs in the hos…
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About the guest: Mark Bear, PhD is a Professor of Neuroscience at MIT, where his lab studies the visual system, neuroplasticity, and the pathophysiology of amblyopia and visual impairments. Episode summary: Nick and Dr. Bear discuss: the visual system in the brain, from the retina to visual cortex; critical periods of brain development; mechanisms …
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In this episode, Imamd and Raj interview Loewen Cavill, Cofounder and CEO of Amira. Loewen is an expert in women’s healthcare, particularly as it relates to menopause. This conversation explores how societal taboos around menopause have stymied the creation of health products and treatments, how our hormonal systems impact our health, what role AI …
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This episode features an interview with Bruce Culleton, MD, CEO, ProKidney, a late clinical-stage biotech company focused on the development of a pioneering cell therapy candidate that aims to transform the treatment landscape for chronic kidney disease. Prior to joining ProKidney in 2023, Dr. Culleton served as Vice President and General Manager a…
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Welcome to Uncertain, a five-part podcast miniseries from Scientific American. Here we will dive head first into the possibilities of the unknowing. Over the next five episodes, I’ll be talking with people like her: explorers who work in the realm of uncertainty. Through them, we’ll discover the ways that uncertainty can spark curiosity and scienti…
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Toon Lambrechts, co-founder of MyCellHub, shares his journey in democratizing access to cell and gene therapy. He discusses the challenges in cell therapy manufacturing, including the high costs and complex logistics. MyCellHub aims to reduce manufacturing costs and automate processes to make cell therapies more affordable and accessible. Toon emph…
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In this episode, we delve into AI adoption in early drug discovery with Raminderpal Singh, Ph.D., founder of HitchhikersAI. Raminderpal shares insights into HitchhikersAI's mission, which focuses on providing a collaborative platform for leveraging AI in drug discovery, emphasizing simple and effective solutions over complexity. They discuss the di…
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About the guest: Kevin McKernan is the Chief Science Officer at Medicinal genomics and has been working the the biotechnology sector and conducting genomics research going back to his involvement in the Human Genome Project. Episode summary: Nick and Kevin discuss: basics of DNA and RNA biology; mRNA vaccines and how they work compared to tradition…
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Genetics and biotechnology are everywhere in pop culture these days. But have you ever wondered if the science behind those movies and TV shows is realistic? We’ll be joined by expert guests who will help us separate science facts from Hollywood elaboration. We’ll explore the ethics of gene editing, see if CSI's forensics hold up under a microscope…
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This week, I recap the great BioSpace event I participated in this week: Navigating a Competitive Job Market. Moderated by Chantal Dresner, VP of Marketing at BioSpace, I joined forces with Greg Clouse, Recruiting Manager at BioSpace, to answer questions about job seeking, the state of the industry, and how to put your best foot forward if you're o…
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Yvette has an engaging conversation with Joe Conklin, the man of a thousand voices. Joe has been a constant in Philadelphia radio for more than 30 years. He is well known for his impersonation of sports figures and politicians, among many others. He has worked with some of the nation’s most recognized performers including Kevin Hart, Tim Allen, and…
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The intersection of healthcare and technology paves the way for revolutionary patient care, shaping the future with precision and personalization. Today, the spotlights are on how getting data ready for AI applications is changing the game in healthcare. I'm thrilled to welcome Christopher J Kouzios, the Principal Owner of Kooz Technologies, an exp…
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Does the word "uncertainty" make you nervous? Does it rule your life? Would you say it kinda describes the state of the world these days? Enter Uncertain, a new limited podcast series from Scientific American. In this series, host Christie Aschwanden will help to demystify uncertainty. She's going to take away its scariness–or, rather, a cast of sc…
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In marking National Kidney Month, this episode features an interview with Robert Perkins, MD, Vice President, US Medical Affairs (Renal) at Bayer who spoke about kidney health and diabetes-inflicted chronic kidney disease. National Kidney Month is observed every March in the US to raise awareness about kidney health and promote preventive action. I…
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About the guest: Luc van Loon, PhD is a Professor of Physiology of Exercise and Nutrition and Head of the M3-research group at the Department of Human Biology at Maastricht University. His lab focuses on the skeletal muscle adaptive response to physical (in)activity, the impact of nutrition on metabolism, and related topics. Episode summary: Nick a…
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We’re super privileged to chat online with Bahija Jallal, the CEO of Immunocore. Immunocore is the largest biotech in the UK and the 5th largest in Europe with a market cap of just over 3 billion dollars. We talk about how Immunocore has helped thousands of cancer patients and has become a commercial biotech. We also talk about why she thinks gende…
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Aaron Golub, a consultant and speaker, shares his story of overcoming adversity as a legally blind athlete and ex-NFL free agent. He discusses his journey from being a third-string high school athlete to becoming the first legally blind Division I athlete. Aaron also talks about his transition from sports to a career in finance and eventually to co…
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More than half of U.S. households include pets, but there has been a lack of medical treatments developed specifically for small animals. Biotech companies are working to change that with new treatment options that both borrow from and, potentially, advance human health discoveries. Follow us on LinkedIn, X, Facebook and Instagram. Visit us at http…
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Jennifer Hawks Bland is a distinguished leader in the life sciences sector, serving as the Chief Executive Officer of NewYorkBIO, an organization at the forefront of advancing New York's life sciences ecosystem. With a rich background spanning legal practice, government affairs, and executive leadership in companies like Merck and GlaxoSmithKline, …
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In this episode of Life Science Success, we're thrilled to welcome Britney Winterberger, the Senior Director of North America Project Management and Clinical Operations at Tigermed. Britney brings a wealth of experience in clinical trials across various therapeutic areas and a deep personal commitment to advancing patient treatments, particularly i…
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The cell-surface proteome plays a critical role in immune-cell function; however, our ability to examine its interactions and spatial organization has previously been limited by available proteomic techniques. This episode explores the function of immune-cell membrane proteins and how the latest developments in spatial proteomics have enabled more …
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Season Three - Spotlight Six Our sixth spotlight of this season is a snippet from our upcoming episode:⁠ Dave Latshaw, Ph.D., MBA - The Integration of AI in Life Sciences and Biotechnology Sectors. Join host Lauren Hawker Zafer as she engages in a riveting discussion with Dave Latshaw, Ph.D., MBA a visionary leader renowned for his groundbreaking w…
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In this episode, we discuss the power of mindset in your job search and career. Despite some considering it "woo," we explore how mindset can impact success. Check out the research links below for some great papers on the subject. Positive thinking plays a crucial role in facing challenges in the job market and navigating career growth. Drawing on …
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As head brewer at Liverpool-based Azvex, Jack Walker is responsible for creating a raft of celebrated beers. And only this month, the brewery was awarded the accolade of Best Double IPA in England for its Swedish Buzzsaw in the Untappd Community Awards. The 8.2% beer is dry-hopped with Citra, Strata, Mosaic & Nelson Sauvin These types of beers, as …
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About the guest: Tommaso Di Ianni, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and Radiology & Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco. His lab uses ultrasound technology and deep learning to study the brain. Episode summary: Nick and Dr. Di Ianni discuss: the current state of scien…
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In this episode, Imamd and Raj interview Sam D’Amico, Founder and CEO of Impulse Labs. Sam shares the technology behind Impulse Labs’ innovative, powerful cooktop that touts faster cooking times and energy efficiency. This discussion investigates why traditional appliances have been slow to change over the past 50 years, and how new developments in…
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In this featured episode of Xtalks People in Life Sciences, Ayesha spoke with Ashish Jain, Senior Director of Clinical Safety and Pharmacovigilance (PV) at Curis, a pioneering biotech company specializing in cutting-edge cancer therapies. Jain shared his journey into clinical safety and PV, highlighting key milestones along the way. Delving into hi…
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He scaled his business from 0 to 20 million in under 3 years. Get inspired by the story of Scott Nelson's strategic brilliance and entrepreneurial triumph with Joovv and FastWave Medical, a groundbreaking MedTech startup reshaping the industry landscape. Learn about the strategic decisions, challenges overcome, and pivotal moments that defined Scot…
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About the guest: Scott Zimmerman is an optical engineer and photobiology expert Episode summary: Nick and Scott talk about: how light interacts with the body and affects our cells; melatonin as an antioxidant; how red & near-infrared light affect mitochondria; sunlight, fire light, and artificial light; incandescent light bulbs vs. LEDs; negative h…
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Recorded straight from the SLAS2024 exhibit hall floor – New Matter host, Hannah Rosen, Ph.D., speaks with winners of the Student Poster Award, Tony B. Award and the SLAS-NOBCChE Scholarship! Congratulations to our winners! (Listed in interview order) Transcript Available on Buzzsprout Student Poster Award Marissa E. Davies (National Institutes of …
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